At LACS communication is often under a different name.
However if she’s mostly interested in the production side, look into Ithaca and Rowan, both of which are well known for this. One Suny also (forgot which one though …Oneonta? OSWEGO? New Paltz?)
Rather than cutting due to size, cut due to presence of a radiostation, TV station, or production unit?
The problem is that from stronger, better resourced schools she’ll have more opportunities. Or if not well resourced school at least colleges with a well known program in communication & production like Ithaca and Rowan).
If she wants to stay local, the reference that will overshadow all PASSHE schools is Bellisario at Penn State.
(PASSHE funding is a HUGE issue. They used to be excellent schools and a great deal. Then the state progressively cut funding from about 80% to currently about 25%… Seeing they’d be more and more reliant on tuition dollars some passhe leaders decided to build fancy dorms, forgetting those are primarily working class colleges so fancy dorms won’t solve the problem of attractivity and cost - big scholarships might have but that ship has sailed; since the state kept cutting and cutting the budget, Passhe schools are currently being restructured, aiming at remaining viable. They still offer good programs in some areas and continue to be a solid choice for "directional"level/non selective 4-year colleges but the lack of funding and its impact remain.)